The second of two episodes with Pepperspray/Indymedia producer Patricia Boiko covering this years Sundance/Slamdance film festivals.
First Patricia interviews film maker Virginia Williams, whose documentary, " Front runner," played at Slamdance this year. The film looks at Dr. Massouda Jalal, the woman who ran for president of Afghanistan after the Taliban fell.
You didn't know a woman ran for president of Afghanistan? That's why you watch "Indymedia Presents!"
Next Patricia talks with John Ealer, whose movie "View From the Bridge" also played at Slamdance. His flick, which he made about Kosovo, tries to answer the question "How do you envision peace when all you remember is war?" The film is about peacemaking, and finding one's way back to humanity after great horror. As the film points out, "Peace is for the brave."
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